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Friday Publishing Advice Links

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Sorry for the late post today. I’m feeling a bit under the weather, but that must not stop the great publishing links!

 To kick things off, the top link is a great review of the iPad as a writing tool. Mr. David Hewson confirms my opinion that iPad is a great information consuming tool. It’s not a productive writing tool. He’s got me excited about Android tablets as an intriguing alternative to the iPad.
Read his detailed review here: David Hewson.

Remember those old Ronco ads? But wait, there’s more!

A writer’s blog on taking the NaNoWriMo challenge.

I Want to Publish My Book. Now what?

How to Write for Love and Money

10 Marketing Excuses That Can Kill Your Book and Career | The Official BookBuzzr Blog

Interview with Richard Hine on building a better book trailer.

Will You Be An Independent Author? « BubbleCow

A writer in the final stages of the book polish contemplates the wait ahead.

And last, but not at all least from Roger C. Parker…(make a drumroll sound in your brain)…

The 100 best writing books
 More to come Monday morning, but first…a nap!


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One Response

  1. Very attention-grabbing post, thanks for the good read! i am going to bookmark you and visit back once every week or thus for an update, therefore please do not stop blogging.

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